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Just Little Birds

France, 2001 (MIFF 2002, Fiction)

Director: Fred Louf

It's a family day. Alex, 10 years old, is always on his own. So is Julie. They meet for the first time and play dolls together. She's a teaser. He's curious. Screened at Cannes and Oberhausen.

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